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* MidSeasonUpgrade: The ''Harekaze'' is upgraded twice, with its [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/12.7_cm/50_Type_3_naval_gun 12.7 cm/50 Type 3 naval gun turrets]] replaced by the faster-firing [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/10_cm/65_Type_98_naval_gun 10 cm/65 Type 98 naval guns]] during the fourth episode, and by episode eleven, the Type 98 guns are replaced with the American [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/5%22/54_caliber_Mark_16_gun 5"/54 Mk 16 naval guns]], which were designed to perform well in both anti-aircraft roles, as well as against smaller ships. They were introduced as the dual-purpose secondary armament for the USN's ''Midway''-class carriers, though the carriers were later stripped of most of these mounts, with some making their way to the JMSDF, who installed them as the main battery armament on their ''Murasame'' and ''Akizuki''-class destroyers.

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* MidSeasonUpgrade: The ''Harekaze'' is upgraded twice, with its [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/12.7_cm/50_Type_3_naval_gun 12.7 cm/50 Type 3 naval gun turrets]] replaced by the faster-firing [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/10_cm/65_Type_98_naval_gun 10 cm/65 Type 98 naval guns]] during the fourth episode, and by episode eleven, the Type 98 guns are replaced with the American [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/5%22/54_caliber_Mark_16_gun 5"/54 Mk 16 naval guns]], which were designed to perform well in both anti-aircraft roles, as well as against smaller ships. They were introduced as the dual-purpose secondary armament for the USN's ''Midway''-class carriers, though the carriers were ships and later stripped of most of these mounts, with some making their way to the JMSDF, who installed them as on the main battery armament on their ''Murasame'' JMSDF 'Murasame'' and ''Akizuki''-class destroyers. destroyers.


* MidSeasonUpgrade: The ''Harekaze'' is upgraded twice, with its [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/12.7_cm/50_Type_3_naval_gun 12.7 cm/50 Type 3 naval gun turrets]] replaced by the faster-firing [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/10_cm/65_Type_98_naval_gun 10 cm/65 Type 98 naval guns]] during the fourth episode, and by episode eleven, the Type 98 guns are replaced with the American [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/5%22/54_caliber_Mark_16_gun 5"/54 Mk 16 naval guns]], which were designed to perform well in both anti-aircraft roles, as well as against smaller ships and later installed on the JMSDF 'Murasame'' and ''Akizuki''-class destroyers.

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* MidSeasonUpgrade: The ''Harekaze'' is upgraded twice, with its [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/12.7_cm/50_Type_3_naval_gun 12.7 cm/50 Type 3 naval gun turrets]] replaced by the faster-firing [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/10_cm/65_Type_98_naval_gun 10 cm/65 Type 98 naval guns]] during the fourth episode, and by episode eleven, the Type 98 guns are replaced with the American [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/5%22/54_caliber_Mark_16_gun 5"/54 Mk 16 naval guns]], which were designed to perform well in both anti-aircraft roles, as well as against smaller ships and ships. They were introduced as the dual-purpose secondary armament for the USN's ''Midway''-class carriers, though the carriers were later stripped of most of these mounts, with some making their way to the JMSDF, who installed on them as the JMSDF 'Murasame'' main battery armament on their ''Murasame'' and ''Akizuki''-class destroyers.


** In episode nine, the girls initially believe an incoming vessel to the the ''Musashi'' but catch on when they spot its turrets as having two barrels rather than the three seen on ''Musashi'' because of the distinct tower-bridge on the''Hiei'', which was designed as a prototype for the ''Yamato''-class.

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** In episode nine, the girls initially believe an incoming vessel to the the ''Musashi'' ''Musashi'', but catch on when they spot its turrets as having two barrels rather than the three seen on ''Musashi'' because of the distinct tower-bridge on the''Hiei'', which was designed as a prototype for the ''Yamato''-class.

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* ShoutOut: According to the spin-off novels, Mashiro's shark plushie is named [[WesternAnimation/FindingNemo Bruce]].


* PluckyGirl: The ''Harekaze''s entirely-female crew are remarkably resilient and resourceful, pooling all of their skills and wits in times of danger to survive.

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* PluckyGirl: The ''Harekaze''s entirely-female all-female crew are remarkably resilient and resourceful, pooling all of their skills and wits in times of danger to survive.


* PassingTheTorch: Mayuki is impressed with her students' ingenuity and resourcefulness, resulting in this [[HeartwarmingMoment exchange between her and Mayufu]]:

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* PassingTheTorch: Mayuki is impressed with her students' ingenuity and resourcefulness, resulting in this [[HeartwarmingMoment [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments exchange between her and Mayufu]]:


** Episode ten sees the ''Harekaze'''s crew celebrating their equator crossing with a festival.

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** Episode ten sees the The ''Harekaze'''s crew celebrating their equator crossing with a festival.festival in episode ten.


** Episode ten sees the ''Harekaze'''s crew and Wilhelmina celebrating their equator crossing with a festival.

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** Episode ten sees the ''Harekaze'''s crew and Wilhelmina celebrating their equator crossing with a festival.


* CoolBoat: Amongst the naval vessels seen in ''High School Fleet'' include the IJN ''Yamato'', the ''Musashi'', the modified ''Independence''-class ''Sarushima'' (a Littoral Combat Ship), and the ''Deutschland''-class crusier ''Admiral Graf Spee''. The ''Harekaze'' is a fictional vessel that was inspired by the ''Kagerou'' class of destroyers and named after one of the three unbuilt ''Kagerou'' class destroyers that served as part of the dummy budget for the ''Yamato''.

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* CoolBoat: Amongst the naval vessels seen in ''High School Fleet'' include the IJN ''Yamato'', the ''Musashi'', the modified ''Independence''-class ''Sarushima'' (a Littoral Combat Ship), and the ''Deutschland''-class crusier ''Admiral Graf Spee''. The ''Harekaze'' is a fictional vessel that was inspired by the ''Kagerou'' class of destroyers and named after one of the three unbuilt ''Kagerou'' ''Harukaze'', the lead ship her class of destroyers that served as part of the dummy budget intended for the ''Yamato''.anti-submarine warfare.


* CoolBoat: Amongst the naval vessels seen in ''High School Fleet'' include the IJN ''Yamato'', the ''Musashi'', the modified ''Independence''-class ''Sarushima'' (a Littoral Combat Ship), and the ''Deutchland''-class crusier ''Admiral Graf Spee''. The ''Harekaze'' is a fictional vessel that was inspired by the ''Kagerou'' class of destroyers and named after one of the three unbuilt ''Kagerou'' class destroyers that served as part of the dummy budget for the ''Yamato''.

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* CoolBoat: Amongst the naval vessels seen in ''High School Fleet'' include the IJN ''Yamato'', the ''Musashi'', the modified ''Independence''-class ''Sarushima'' (a Littoral Combat Ship), and the ''Deutchland''-class ''Deutschland''-class crusier ''Admiral Graf Spee''. The ''Harekaze'' is a fictional vessel that was inspired by the ''Kagerou'' class of destroyers and named after one of the three unbuilt ''Kagerou'' class destroyers that served as part of the dummy budget for the ''Yamato''.


''High School Fleet'' (ハイスクール・フリート), also known as ''Hai-Furi!'' (はいふり), is an AnimeFirst series by Creator/ProductionIMS that aired during the Spring2016Anime season. The anime features character designs by Atto (who previously worked on ''Manga/NonNonBiyori''), as well as members of the staff who were involved in Anime/GirlsUndPanzer's production.


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''High School Fleet'' (ハイスクール・フリート), also known as ''Hai-Furi!'' (はいふり), is an AnimeFirst series by Creator/ProductionIMS that aired during the Spring2016Anime season. The anime features character designs by Atto (who previously worked on ''Manga/NonNonBiyori''), as well as members of the staff who were involved in Anime/GirlsUndPanzer's production. In 2017, two [=OVA=]s were released, following Kouko Nosa's perspective in the aftermath of the TV series.


* CoolBoat: Amongst the naval vessels seen in ''High School Fleet'' include the IJN ''Yamato'', the ''Musashi'', the modified ''Independence''-class ''Sarushima'' (a Littoral Combat Ship), and the ''Deutchland''-class crusier ''Admiral Graf Spee''. The ''Harekaze'' is a fictional vessel that was inspired by the ''Kagerou'' class of destroyers and named after the ''Harukaze'', the lead ship her class of destroyers intended for anti-submarine warfare.

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* CoolBoat: Amongst the naval vessels seen in ''High School Fleet'' include the IJN ''Yamato'', the ''Musashi'', the modified ''Independence''-class ''Sarushima'' (a Littoral Combat Ship), and the ''Deutchland''-class crusier ''Admiral Graf Spee''. The ''Harekaze'' is a fictional vessel that was inspired by the ''Kagerou'' class of destroyers and named after one of the ''Harukaze'', the lead ship her three unbuilt ''Kagerou'' class of destroyers intended that served as part of the dummy budget for anti-submarine warfare.the ''Yamato''.


* ShoutOut:
** The logo of Abyss, whose delivery box the girls found, is a reversed version of real-world aeronautical company ''Lockheed-Martin'''s logo.


A century after mining triggers a tectonic disaster submerging much of Japan, the nation has since recovered and thrived, constructing massive ocean-borne settlements along coastal areas. These cities are safeguarded by the Blue Mermaids, an elite, all-female organisation whose members have dedicated their lives towards the defense of ocean routes and civilian populations living along the coast.

When she was younger, Akeno Misaki made a promise with her best friend, Moeka China, to join the renowned Blue Mermaids. Akeno is admitted to Yokosuka Girls' Marine High School, where she is reunited with Moeka and assigned to be the captain for the destroyer ''Harekaze''. On her maiden voyage, however, Akeno and her crew come under fire from their instructor, and inadvertently become accused of mutiny. Finding themselves wanted fugitives, Akeno and her crew must rally to survive, and in the process, each member of the crew turn to their unique skills in order to help Akeno and the ''Harekaze'' navigate difficult waters, overcoming obstacles on the way to becoming full-fledged members of the Blue Mermaids.

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A century after mining triggers a tectonic disaster submerging much of Japan, the nation has since recovered and thrived, constructing massive ocean-borne settlements along coastal areas. These cities are safeguarded by the Blue Mermaids, an elite, all-female organisation whose members have dedicated their lives towards the defense of ocean routes and civilian populations living along the coast.

coast. When she was younger, Akeno Misaki made a promise with her best friend, Moeka China, to join the renowned Blue Mermaids. Mermaids.

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Akeno is admitted to Yokosuka Girls' Marine High School, where she is reunited with Moeka and assigned to be the captain for the destroyer ''Harekaze''. On her maiden voyage, however, Akeno and her crew come under fire from their instructor, and inadvertently become accused of mutiny. Finding themselves wanted fugitives, Akeno and her crew must rally to survive, and in the process, each member of the crew turn to their unique skills in order to help Akeno and the ''Harekaze'' navigate difficult waters, overcoming obstacles on the way to becoming discover the cause of these events and all the while, working hard to become full-fledged members of the Blue Mermaids.


* ForeignCurseWord: Chaos mid-combat prompts Wilhelmina to utter "Scheiße".[[note]]German for "shit"[[/note]]

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* ForeignCurseWord: Chaos mid-combat prompts Wilhelmina to utter "Scheiße".[[note]]German for "shit"[[/note]]



* RefugeInAudacity: The tactics that Akeno resorts to in order to get the ''Harekaze'' and its crew out of difficult situations are over-the-top and surprise her crew when she suggests them. Against all odds, these plans work out, whether it be firing a shot to disable the ''Graf Spee'''s propeller by aiming for a target below the water line, or deploying the ''Harekaze'''s paravanes to disable a pursing I-201 submarine by tangling its propellers so it can be hit with a depth charge.

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* RefugeInAudacity: The tactics that Akeno resorts to in order to get the ''Harekaze'' and its crew out of difficult situations are over-the-top and surprise her crew when she suggests them. Against all odds, these plans work out, whether it be firing a shot to disable the propellers on the ''Graf Spee'''s propeller Spee'' by aiming for a target below the water line, or deploying the ''Harekaze'''s paravanes to disable a pursing I-201 submarine by tangling its propellers so it can be hit with a depth charge.

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